21 Burst results for "Meredith Vieira"
"meredith vieira" Discussed on The View
"Writes it on. Bathroom walls well anyway so. I guess that i would lie tab. Well mel brooks has never been on. I'm one him on. Yeah he's he's ninety five nap now. Yeah he's again. he never was easy to get. I tried on all the shows. I had to get him on and he never would come on you. Know there's of ageism and television certain point although betty white they have iran in the second. Yeah have you had gene smart on the show. Yes we did zoom. It's not the same thing as in do you wear the have you ever been caught doing something on zoom because you thought they couldn't see you constantly. I'm always looking down at my computer while they're talking and then the director of my ears like you're on your on so. Have you ever seen me like that. You know what. I've been doing all know people text we during the show make comments my friends. You can do it to do it. i will. i had so much fun. Blessed kevin mccarthy and ginger jordan this part of me that enjoys that oh yeah oh they deserve it. Yeah exactly it's clear you enjoy it but But in a good way. I don't wanna talk politics the whole show. We always gonna talk some politics. Because that's what sunny likes to do and right. Anna anna comes on. She likes to do in. I like into sure. But i don't enjoy it when it's too far in the weeds. Then it feels like a civics class and meet the press. You remember obvious to say this is not meet the press and then the other quote from her is i live in wyoming. Why do i care about what happened in new york that day. Yeah she's got a good point she did she did. I actually miss her. Yeah i know. I miss you. She she. She gave us all such a great opportunity. She really did and she like you said was a trailblazer and she got a you know went through an awful lot for other women to have the opportunities that they had so i. She did not have an easy time. She had to deal with the about male chauvinism and sexual harassment matching. What went on in those days. Oh my nobody was watching. And nobody cared. And women have no recourse. You know just a kitchen exactly. And that's pretty courageous. She never gave up on the end. She she beat them all at their own stupid game. She did when she was with harry reasoner and she was the was. The big headline was that she was making a million dollars. I don't remember them saying that. Harry reason was making any money or the mike. Wallace was making what was their salaries. I never heard that before iraq. Because she was a woman they will. Wow exactly or that. Somehow there was something wrong about that too. Like oh i remember that with katie couric. They were all this talk about her salary. Yom same kind of thing. I know it is. It's totally a sexist. does right. yeah yeah we put up with plenty all right meredith on. I love you. I'll see.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on The View
"And we we were good together in a certain. Yeah that's absolutely. And i think barbara could see that bob persona and then she was only twice a week and exam three times a week or was it the other way around. I think it started with you twice and then the audience really responded to you. Yeah so they added more of you. And then and then barbara barbara would went through periods. She was on every day and then she went through periods which was just occasionally but i think she and she'd be the first admitted she. I think she liked sorry. Answer it. it's by dr. I'll wait. Dr richard maybe shan. Answer it we've been on for. I can't believe. I was so quick to just shut them off like oh it's just my husband's pulmonologist. We've we've been down this road many times. Why here's lung problems. He had an embolism of fumes. Lau yeah yeah. I mean he's fine. He's fine but you know. I think one of the problems with ms is lack of mobility. And if you're not constantly moving you can get dvd's in your and then part of that broke off and went up to as long as i mean he's fine. He's trooper though he is. He's the and tastic fantastic guy. now he is. He is as steve. He is safe in both of those guys that the real they are. You know they're just good people and they aided in they're very what steve cbs'. So funny enriches pretty funny to. Yeah very funny. I really think that being funny and a man in a relationship is a great thing. It's i too because we already are funny. You and i so it would be awful. If they will duds. I couldn't take it day and a little bit of. I like a little sarcasm. I look just enough. That i think that goes a long way. So a little sarcasm not a lot. No just a little bit me. You're one of those people who's highly teachable. Yes by some people like you. Is there any guests that you still crave to have on the show that shows i've seen the show is sort of must tv. Certainly all politicians tip right now. It is for the kind of stuff we're doing and then genre. I think i think that in the fall. We should make it more relatable there many people today we talked about whether you would like to have criticism from your ex husband. I think that's a fun topic to you. Know an interesting topic that people can relate to you getting divorced. Or if you've ever broke up with somebody did you. Do you ever talk to your ex. Well he once you have a child with someone there never got. It's yeah i have my once my kid but you know i see him once in a while. I had zero interest in him. Yeah well. I didn't expect that you did. I wondered if you would accept criticism him. No because it's not objective. I have i can. I can do my own criticism of myself. I don't need him to tell me. I i knew i was wrong in certain ways. Yes i know ask steve. He'll tell you.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on The View
"Report to prison. To begin a seventeen year. Sentence led him turn himself into jail with no escort. No one thought he would run how you evade capture for twenty five years. How do you do that now. Joined the search following the us marshals as they uncover new leads in a global manhunt. Can you help catch this fugitive. Have you seen this man. You seen this man. Have you seen this man. Listen and join the all new hunt wherever you get your podcast. I've kissed you more times. You and jane fonda on my two girls and which one was about her kissing. You have the better lips were really. I don't know who remembers. Look oh i get so needy. Not that. I care joy. But i also kissed whoopi on the air and okay. Yeah but nobody really went for it. Like you and james both of you actually. Well maybe you draw on a us. We still have plenty of lesbian moments on that show. Yeah it was fun. Yeah yeah there's nobody was doing that either. So the shock value alone and people did. I don't think people took it for what it was but it was those as we used to do wacky stuff. We don't do that anymore. We need to do it again. Why don't you come back on the show. i'm not. I haven't been asked but i'm asking you. You have no power exactly. But i mean all you have to do is pretend that you're rabid republican and they'll hire you going to do well you what. The auditions requires that you know first of all. You can't be somebody who you know who believes that. The election was stolen now. We're not going to go with that. And i'm not even sure if you have to be a strong support and maybe you could but i've never met one of these republican girls who doesn't who who stopped talking they just keep talking. Yeah conway. She never met a period where comic she ever met. She's just labs right through. You remember when we. I'm not a conservative. I don't know i'm not really anything. You're an actress we know that. Oh yes or fake. We've seen you acting. So god i recently. I don't know how. I come across that video where i was singing from. Cabaret this painful painful. I don't know why they allowed that to happen. Actually quarrel you had designed to be a musical comedy star and or anything. I mean just dance with beauty and the beast with dance with the beast. And then i did a seat. I did a scene actually with john. Three's company. I love john rich. A nice guy yeah I kept thinking that some broadway. I'd honestly some broadway director is going to be watching and go. Oh my god. She's really all our lives crickets crickets than another seeing from something sad. Really act of desperation. I shouldn't have been allowed us really. I didn't realize that you would be on actual broadway stage. But i think you did do one. Yes thoroughly thoroughly modern million. I did something for. Mary poppins and so what happened. No-one no-one followed up. no one. Did why knifes going into my heart. Listen i have my own experience with no follow ups. We all okay. I thought that i never really understood that you were serious about it and well you know. I seriously if something had happened. Yeah i would have probably jumped at it. But i was i was. It was a great outlet the outlet to sort of. Do something that you have an opportunity to do otherwise you think. How do you think the viewers change you if it has changed me. yeah steve. How is the view changed me. I've gotten surly hasten. Oh wow gained cop installing it because it was something i hadn't done before but you know at the end of the day kind of its tv. There's all tv and performance and stuff and job and it is a job but you've got out before social media went bananas things. They say to us on social media. I could handle it. I i would have to not look at it at all because i mean you're the show demands that you offer opinion and not everybody's going to like it and people. It's so easy on social media to be cruel you know so do you. Do you read it sometimes. Most of my twitter feed is positive. And i would say mostly but he but then you'll see sometimes it's at the bottom of the thing and check in once in a while and then they just nasty them. But i'm used to it because i was married one now because i have to have a radio show. I had a radio show back in early nineties and also express myself and then they would verbally abuse me. People would call in and they'd say they trick the screener they trick the screener. They say. I wanna talk to joy. And i totally agree with her position on homosexuality and then they get on with me and they'd say hi. I'm i'm really an agreement. You liberal slot. I'd be like is they knew you. I want this guy knows me right and that would happen constantly. So i'm used to it. It's not that big a deal to me. I told elizabeth hasselbeck do not do not read the comments and she took that seriously. Well you know what sometimes happens to me. I'll i'll google my name just to see if i'm still relevant or what's going to come up you know. Did you mean meredith. Bax- bernie no actually and and then if you have one good thing it's a low basically in that that old hag she's get off tv calling me they're calling me anti joy anti joy and grandma joined now. It's i mean when they have nothing else they go after your age so absolutely looks and you'll even on the radio they'd say you're ugly and i said well i'm on you've never seen me. I haven't been television. How do you know what i look like. They gonna carry you out of that. Show now let barbara used to say she. And diane sawyer will see the red lightning coffin. Remember that they learned through the years that it's not just interchangeable parts that if you don't have the chemistry of the groom it's not gonna work now so it hasn't member too many times. Yeah yeah because that's it's that's that kind of alchemy you know like you said when we all got together the first time they didn't know it just happened right. There's no way to manufacturer. It's either there or it. Isn't there so i remember in the audition and i said to star. Who is you know heavy at the time a little bit and i said something like what the word fast say it and she went right back at me you know. She was like well. I'm not afraid of it. i'll say it. it's just a pepper. Whatever it was. We had a conversation that was right in the moment of of personalities..
"meredith vieira" Discussed on The View
"I mean bopper was that a wit's end and the year before it right before that she had fired new remember. She fired me in. La a with you. I know you were remote. I spilled the beans that rosie o'donnell was coming on and she she told she sworn to secrecy. Random around was working the airplane telling us to keep abaza shot and i said okay. I'll be quiet and then entertainment tonight comes up to me in the swag room and they say how do you like. They rosie's coming on. And i go great right out of my mouth now the way you start crying. That's how i start blabbing vomiting informational. I called up call called nielsen. I said told him what i had just done it. And he said we're all going to die. And i go back to my room and she find me. She said you want to hear the story she said to me. Yes i just got a call from entertainment tonight saying that someone told them that rosie o'donnell is coming on the show and do you know who that person was and i said meredith vieira knew who it was and she goes no not meredith vieira bihar and i want you to know i'm not renewing your contract and i said barbara listen. It was a mistake. I don't care you're a loose cannon. And then she changed her mind in two minutes. Manley baronne said she wants to talk to you. I went down. I said barbara we friends. Yes give me your arm and we walked to the nothing happened. I mean that's barbara. So barbara left so barbara. She could scare the whatever out of you. One minute and then be terrific. The next on tell dirty joe. Oh my god we believe that. What a filthy mouth. But she also was so good at delivery luxury thing not vibrator..
"meredith vieira" Discussed on The View
"Because you couldn't do what was happening right in the moment because you know when that thing was going to air and it would never as good. They just weren't as good now. Carter in it. Yeah there's still not still not the same but you can make them. But now we live on fridays. Oh you are. Yeah yeah okay. And we've since i came back you remember. We used to do four. so yes. that's right. That's right that's right. I'm very honored that. Nbc is asked me to co host. The today show and the crew today. That i'm taking all of you until you guys to the today show in my heart because i am who i am professionally and personally in large part because of the past nine years i believe in growth but right now i'm feeling terrific growing pains you of the only one who really left on a high a big high because you off the i know the story. Tell us that what happened to your jeff look came to you. Yeah no i have For certain months during the year. I would do the view and then go shoot. Who wants to be a millionaire. That was contained amount of time that we shot all those episodes. But i would go right from the view to millionaire was only a couple of blocks away the two studios and i got a call from tzakas office saying that. He wanted to meet with me and i said well i don't really have time. You know. and he said well he'll pick you up at the view and take you to the set for millionaire came in this like black. Suv tinted windows berry. Like oh god and he's in the back of the of the suv and he says to me. Nobody knew this at the time is katie. Couric is leaving and we want you. I want you. And i and i said i can't believe i said this because i hate this kind of ageism and yet here i was blurting it out i said. Aren't you skewing a little old. And he went the league. That's easier to sell stupid. And then he said no. I'm looking for experience looking for somebody who i know can day one do this job and i think you're the person i said. Well i don't know i. I've dabbled in morning shows before and it's just not me. I'm not. I'm not an early morning person. I'm not never have been. He said well you know. It doesn't even matter meet map and if you if you like. If you don't like matt. Forget everything now with matt lauer. This was a different time. And i went okay. He was very smart sucker because he knew that we would get along and we did. And then i and. I don't know and so we'll meet him bell the executive producer. Because if you don't like him. And i got along with jim and then i started thinking about it and i went. You know what if i don't take this the today show. I'm always going to wonder. And so i decided to and i remember my contract. I would never have left the view seriously mike optimism. I was going to sign again and then some stuff happened that. I'm not going to say here but it was suggested that i how could i get a job anywhere else. Am i know. And i love that. And then i was like oh heard that story haven't yet but but anyway i mean it was. It was a great moment for me. But i was really hard for me to leave and mostly you. I mean to be honest with you. We had we always had such a great time. And if you can work. Somebody really liked liked. Everybody i'm not saying that but it was always something fun about going in and magic. Remember the meetings we'd have in my dressing room. You go over everything that should have been the show. That was the show. it's behind the scenes. There's always a better show. Always absolutely. I would not have left otherwise so that made it really tough for me. But i knew here's the truth of it. I mean they tell you you'll never get another draw. Meanwhile they tripled at probably triple salary. Oh today asia. Oh yeah but that wasn't the motivation i know. But that's what they were. But that's how stupid. When i know about it are willing to take a third of what they're offering you in much bigger job much more exposure. Bigger career move and they say and they let you go. i mean it was just. I don't understand show miss. Sometimes i don't really know but it was. It was the right thing at the right time for me. And and i'm glad i did it and it led to other things so you know everything. There's a reason for everything but But yeah but i. I had nine years at the view and most of that time was great and i learned a law and i never. I never done that kind of show. So it and for me had suddenly offer opinions albeit reluctantly very often was liberating in of itself. And and and just sort of showed another facet of me that made me more. Actually bankable as a personality you know every time they see something else you can do like. Oh well she can do that too. So right on the ground floor of something you know. We're all together and with barbara. Who was she's a pioneer. Oh my god. She writes stage coaches. We know she's a pioneer. But the thing about you leaving is that then i was. I was crying. And it's the only time i've ever cried until behind the scenes. I was crying not on tv. I don't believe in crying television if i can awkward. Sometimes they against choked up by some said in the happening. But i don't like to show it. That's me yeah. I'm very much about that. I know that you just start crying at the drop of a hat. I will bat and so i started bawling when i realized what is happening to the show. What's happening the show. It's done really well. So i don't know but that year was that year was. That was a rough year when you asked when did did star leave. She left also the same time. Same time okay. Something's been on my heart for a little bit and after much prayer and council I feel like this is the right time to tell you that. The show's moving in another direction for its tenth season and i will not be returning as co-hosts next year..
"meredith vieira" Discussed on The View
"I know. I know but princess diana. That was a bummer. We feel that in nine eleven when we will like we know what to do with ourselves because the show was not serious like it is now the other thing about the show right now. It's too serious for me but you preferred it like this now. I like it smart. But i don't like it so serious. Yeah no when we started. It was not serious. It was much more so-called women's issues that sort of stuff but yeah nine eleven. I i'll never forget being in hair and makeup remember and we were supposed to start hot topics and i think bill came in and we saw on. Tv that a plane crashed into the world trade center but at that point they thought it might probably a little commuter plane or something we were going to do the show rambler and then the second plane hit and we all got sent home and that was surreal. I think an. I knew you do your story. Yeah exactly that's right. It was a local story. Didn't matter to the rest of the country. Yeah well and i remember. It was the day that i realized that all my journalistic instincts kind of went out the window. Because i everything in me as a journalist that go down to the site and everything in me as a parent said go. Get your kids from school. And that's what we did and then we were off the air for what was at least two weeks right. Oh yeah yeah and then coming back not knowing what to say and we've been trying to make sense out of this terrible tragedy to figure out what happened. We are very glad to be back very grateful. I it's extremely hard. If you don't live in new york you understand extremely hard to fill an audience. We thank all of you for coming. You have other things on your mind and it is difficult. We want to get back to normal but it is very difficult and whether you could be funny again and and then we realize the audience s with the audience needed. They needed the relief they needed to just laugh again. So and thank god for you joy because you're always funny. I have to be on nine eleven. My my daughter was sitting on the. What do you call the tarmac. Yes about the plane was about to take off. She was going to. Canada was going to school in canada. And all of the planes were grounded and I called her up on her cell. Phone and i said get off the plane right. Now get off because they didn't know what was going to happen next. And whether that plane was gonna take off and whether they were gonna shoot down another of go into it and she said i can't. They won't let me off. I said you tell that stewardess that your mother said you have to get off that plane. And that's what she did. She got the plan. I said get an a taxi and get to brooklyn right now or they should have never been able to get to brooklyn the roads. We're gonna be completely shut down. And so she did. I imagine you're in the situation where you don't know where your kid is or how it's frightening. It's terrible day. Were they telling her on the plane. What had happened just said she ally. They didn't know anything was supposed to. I say just do it. You have to be proactive. Apps up -solutely get god. That's i know what you mean about as a parent just you. You'll do anything to protect your kids. I mean i remember getting to the school and a couple. There are some kids in the principal office in that area. When i walked in to collect our kids and they were crying so clearly their parents had been in that building. And it was just such a upsetting of setting moments you know and then going home and and If gabe wanted to have a couple of friends over he was a little kid to swim hot day. And i said yeah you should do that. That's okay to do. It was was sort of life-affirming in its own way but that yeah that was that was probably the hardest experienced in my time at the view was oh yeah anybody that electing donald trump well. That's what brought you back right. No tell me because you left now. I was going to say you as a mama bear but i'll tell you that in a minute but bear. I love how you would like at the last minute. He go to la. And you didn't want to go be speaks to leave your kids. They were still young. And of course you can't just say i'm not going to suddenly at the very last minute. You got sick or somebody got sick or something happened. I don't remember that at all joy. Is that really true. I'm sure i made up something. Yes of course. And i thought was she clever and the ball seat to get out of this going to do it anyway. So how'd i come back. Oh well you know they fired me at one point. I remember i i had was eating with you. Docks you angela. Greco that day or right soon afterwards. And i said i don't know if they can't i don't know why why you know and i say oh they said. I was becoming predictable as bill. Getty said that's a lie. I know that's a lot. He ain't made that optimistic. Because i know what the real reason which won't tell you right now. Okay i'll tell you later when no one's listening and so that was the end of that and i was like so glad to leave. I mean he. Many brown came to my office looking. Like you know they're catches died and i looked at them and i said what are you firing me. And they went on. Yeah and i said good. I've been waiting to get out of here. I was well. That's what you did all your writing right. You started to play and you did was true. Yeah i did my solo show. I wrote. I started writing a play. Which i'm going to have reading of it with by the win. Anyway they're going to say. Oh yeah so then. I was walking around province town one somma few years ago. Yeah and all of a sudden. I get a call. And it's hillary mclaughlin who was the new ap of the show and she asked me to come back. And i said. I really don't want i really didn't want to tell you. So why did you tell you what because she said well how about if you just host the show mc this show or moderate on fridays and i said i like that because i always liked that job. They never gave it to me. Because i wasn't famous enough. Like what being rosie and and you and your case it was it was that you were a journalist. I you know but then they decided to put famous people in that spot so that was the end of my career as a moderator. Anyway i said yeah. I'll do fridays. And then. Before i knew what i was on every day sucked in again but then i said all right. They tried to get me to come five days a week. And i was like well. What's going to motivate me. So i bought a bigger house. I that would keep me otherwise. I would not want to do. I have to have some reason to make money. so why. why did you think was the reason that changed from what it was in the beginning because everything evolves to what it is now which is very different now. It's nearly political when i came back. They promised me they would be smarter. Topics and then trump got elected. And that was the end of the of the good old days when you could just talk about you know whether you're snort rice right exactly i remember We always hated doing evergreen shows because you know those taped shows because they were always filled with those kinds of topics right..
"meredith vieira" Discussed on The View
"All right. So what are we supposed to supposed to talk about the show. Well i figured i what what happened to us from there. It's like a long time ago. Now it's i can't believe it's twenty five years what's fifteen years ago since you left right right. I left in two thousand weight. I left in two thousand six. Yeah yeah yeah. Do you still remember the the initial audition. Oh yeah i do what you well. There was somebody who is out to get your job. I won't mention her name. No joe but athlete just say what. Say what she said. Yeah after we spoke for a while and then they tried her out and then she went back and she's like well you know i can do this i think she also you know i. I went there but i. I wasn't even sure. I wanted to audition because i haven't really watched very much. Daytime television on because i worked and was richard who said to me. You know you're a reporter who doesn't wanna report anymore. So why don't you just try this. Maybe it'll trigger something else. But i think when i was getting hair and makeup i was sort of saying to the makeup artist I don't even know if this is for me. I'm somehow that got out. And then i want the job and then as it turned out i i loved it. I thought it was a lot of fun. That was her ace in the hole. Discover girl even want it. And i tell exactly well guess what was interesting that the exact group that sort of was there was what she picked. Barbara packed i know. I know i always wondered if that was fluky or did they purposely put us together because they thought we might be the best group and then you work from there. I don't know i'd ask just pure pure luck but you know i wanted the job and the reason i wanted it was because you know. I'm all about location. I mean the only reason. I wanted the two reasons why i wanted. The job was barbara. And i figured it won't be a typical dumped. Talk show because she's there and she won't make it stupid and the other reason was. Because i i lived right nearby. And that's my main motivation for everything that i do now live nearby and then i say yes. Okay well my name's joel bay home. I real name actually is josephine okuda. I'm italian and i have a twenty six year old daughter almost as old as bothers her. And i'm divorced hard to believe. And so i said to barbara let's say pretty broach you have there and she said oh okay now. You have the job like as if i was complimenting to get the job which i love my god i was barbara like in the elevators at abc or whatever. I didn't really know barbara and she had gone to. I was i had done a show turning point. It should have gone to my bosses there and said is she funny she you know and they said do i think they said just a little kooky but she's got a sense of humor. And so that's why barbara decided to give me a shot and and i remember going home that night and saying to richard. I can't believe this. I actually really liked it. But i never thought i was going to get hired and then the next thing you know. We're all together. And it's you know scraped brad. Good morning. I'm there at the area this monday august eleventh that this is the first day of our brand new show called the view. How you guys left last night. But i didn't sleep very well at all and then it came to me like a bolt out of the heavens. This isn't my idea or your idea or barbara. Walters call us call twenty. Thanks a lot. Remind me to get nine listened number. I wonder. I wonder if i'm surprised. I never heard that that she wanted you to have a sense of humor. Which you do. You have a very good sense of humor. But i'm surprised that she even felt that i'd like it was necessary. Well because i was a journalist. And i've been one for twenty years and i think she was worried that i would be a little too stayed. Mike knew she was looking for personality and journalist. I didn't interject my personality at all. And maybe a little bit but you know certainly not opinions from all of those things. That's why i was glad to be the moderator because it was really foreign for me to give my opinion you have always given your opinion but for me it was. I didn't know what would come out of my mouth. You know and things came out of my mouth because oh yeah you like this animals you've sets of wacky on this show and you haven't. I know the people expected from me. They don't expect me. She was a serious journalist. So i don't know where she suddenly thinks that journalists has to be funny. That's all i'm just wondering about well. Release personable. i mean. She wanted to make sure that. I wasn't like very serious. I guess You know that. I could carry on a conversation. That wasn't just who what when where and why type of so. Yeah you just felt like they let you out of a cage. Exactly what i felt like. I knew like everybody has their line. That once they cross in and i said blurted out i don't wear underwear that was aligned with i remember in the moment going. What are you saying. And it didn't matter anymore. You know the horse had left the barn and then became a big deal that it became a very big deal. It became. Because i didn't want to go back down that road but yeah everybody read into it and the whole thing. I mean we started right when princess diana the before we get to that. Yeah number the time you said that you were in mensa which you were not and made that up and everybody believed you just like the believed you didn't wear underwear but you do where you did wear something. You wore a one piece that now kim kardashian made so i should have banked on that long ago. You know meredith ers one piece not that it would have sold down sex tape. You would have gotten the job you do it now. I doubt it well. I'm doing one for the blind. So what are we going to say after that. What you said. I know i was talking about when we started. I mean i. I remember the rehearsals. I remember this. You know trying to get an audience to come in. I mean we were new. Nobody people knew barbara and they knew they might know your name them. Some might be might know mining but whatever you know. Probably some people knew star. Debbie was an unknown kids. So maybe mtv some of those folks knew her but but they knew from sixty minutes right. But i'm just saying. This was a new format for wall. You had actually tried to do a talk show. Because i did your pilot with you so you know people should know that's fun that's a good story. At one point. I was getting getting pilots. Like crazy one of the pilots. That i did this show about women in a group just exactly like the view so it was the same show that we came up with louisville. Come up with the virginia. Graham came up with the idea years before right what you were a panelist let cbs. I think pilot. No it's just. It's quite amazing but i do remember a first of all princess diana had just died And then we were supposed to go on the air and it was so that was pretty heavy stuff and to start dealing with. But i also remember us not being able to get an audience to remember. The people will be trucked in. And i remember some group of tourists. They didn't speak any english looking. I'm going they don't know what we're talking about. What you're so hard to get a laugh on that. Show i now. I'm sitting in my house trying to get a laugh. It's impossible impossible. This is this. This format has been a nightmare for a comedian brassiere. The bone of the bruce's the air is sticking in me the whole time. Because why are you wearing it. Well you can't just flip flop on tv even though it's just a head shot and some time. God forbid they pull out..
"meredith vieira" Discussed on KTOK
"Are going to be themes for 2021. So the first one is customization, Damon. It is And honestly, I think this goes to the heart of what we're talking about 41 K rollovers because one of the reasons you want to roll your for one case so that you can exert control over it. You want to make sure that You are controlling. That's right. I don't like my money to be doing stuff that I don't know what it's doing. Exactly. It works for me, not the other way around. And so you know a lot of a lot of people when they change jobs, or when they retire. You know you want to roll that so that you can customize what your money is doing. You want control over. You want to tell your money what to do, and today, investors are so much more savvy than they used to be. People pay attention to the financial news. They're keenly aware what's going on in the market. They still want to have a professional. That's providing that's my guidance. You know, they could do a little bit of research. That's everything else in our world. That's right. I mean, I can go online and I can say how do I fix my transmission? And then once I watched the YouTube video, and I've figured out my God, I don't know what's going on here that you really want to do that. That guy just took that apart in there, like three parts that they're still left foot in there and, you know I don't want that to happen to me. So I'm still gonna go to the mechanic, and that's what we see a lot of people doing. They want to retain high degree of control over their investment portfolios, but they still want to engage a professional to do that. It's kind of interesting. Most people start with mutual funds when they start investing and mutual funds are basically the only options you have in a 401 K plan. But those are slowly starting to fall out of favor, especially for people that have higher dollar amounts. We're talking about $500,000 and investable assets. Once you get to that level, you kind of graduated beyond mutual funds doesn't mean you Can't use those, but now you have a world of opportunities and options. And people who are mutual funds, and they've got assets. They're tired of the take it or leave it approach because if you want to invest in a mutual fund, you just get whatever the fund manager decides to buy and the fund you don't get to customize you don't get to pick and choose. Why don't you come in? And there's a reason for that mutual funds. I mean, we have a prospectus. I recall during the financial crisis when people were saying Victoria, why didn't they just go to cash? Ago. Didn't read your prospective, did you? Well, Of course not. Nobody does. It's and it's unfortunate and unfortunately, we cannot mark highlight. Do anything with the prospectus. But you have to understand if you had to have In your mutual fund that mandate says I'm going to be invested in 60% domestic You know, stocks. That's what they have to do. Domestic Doesn't mean for that means domestic and if everything is going in the tube at the same time, there's nothing to say. I can go 100% cash in that prospectus, so don't expect him to do it. Because it's against regulations. They can not. Your only option is to sell your shares of the fund. And then you put the money in cash. So if you want the flexibility to be able to pick and choose industries, right, well, diamond, this goes back to education. What you just brought up is that people are more savvy because they learned Huge hard lesson in 2008 that they just assumed their mutual fund money manager was going to go to cash. And when you'd say no, That's not the way this works. I mean, it was a huge education. And so those That are younger. There's nothing wrong with this. You you put it in your 401 k. You put it in your annuity. You just consistently dollar cost average. Whatever you wanna call it, Consistency will always outperform occasional brilliant consistently. Invest and you are gonna be so much better off than anybody That's waiting for the right time waiting to get a huge chunk of money. Just start somewhere, But you got to understand that You know there's certain rules and the rules are That you can't tell a mutual fund manager what to do. You're right then when you have to sell it and put it in cash yourself by the time you get around to doing that. To light my way to light. So what? Your solution, Damon and you talk about once you graduate in once you get up to the half a million dollar Mark. We know you're well on your way to becoming a millionaire. So we know that already and there are benchmarks. 500,000 is 1 750,000 is one and then a million. There are companies that will not they will take no less than a million dollars in assets. That's that's their that's their minimum. Just like our minimum is 500,000. So as long as you know what the rules are to the the process, then you brought it up. People are more educated. They're educating themselves like going to your class to be educated before they ever become a client. They kind of to do what And I peeked behind the door, not pull that curtain back. I want to see what I'm supposed to know. Before I You know, make these. Well, that's the whole purpose of sample would university That's why we created it is to educate. You know, Amber you mentioned you want to teach people you wanna educate that Z. What is in our heart is teaching. Many of those people become our clients. Many of them don't That's okay. All right, because number one there are qualifications to become a client of chapel would to join our family and that minimum qualification is having a half a million dollars in investable assets. It's not because We think if you don't that you're somehow bad or inferior anything like that. It's because we know the industry. That's right. We've been around this is you know the the young guys that you that you hear on the radio? Which I just enjoy so much, But these young guys is it's like when I was on the Today show. And they had this young kid who wrote this book about and you could see this on our website people. If you ever want to see my interview on the Today show. I've never personally watched it, but I was there. I don't understand. Why should People tell me all the time. I should watch it. But the young man at the closest to MEREDITH Vieira, she said down there, and he's telling people how to become a millionaire. He wrote this book. And of course I am doing everything possible not to lean over and sight. Excuse me. Are you a millionaire? Do you have school debt? Do you own your car? Do you own your house? Because he's trying to teach people about becoming a millionaire. And he's that. So it's about credibility. Listen to people who have the same values that you do. That is why in the show all the time with don't take advice from broke people physically, financially or.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on KTOK
"We want to make sure that You understand? It's not good for you what the problems are and really had a solemn and we've talked about that right now. We want to switch gears a little and discuss to buzz words. That are going to be themes for 2021. So the first one is customization, Damon. It is And honestly, I think this goes to the heart of what we're talking about 41 K rollovers because one of the reasons you want to roll your for one case so that you can exert control over it. You want to make sure that You are controlling. That's right. I don't like my money to be doing stuff that I don't know what it's doing. Exactly. It works for me, not the other way around. And so you know a lot of a lot of people when they change jobs, or when they retire. You know you want to roll that so that you can customize what your money is doing. You want control over. You want to tell your money what to do, and today, investors are so much more savvy than they used to be. People pay attention to the financial news. They're keenly aware what's going on in the market. They still want to have a professional. That's providing that's my guidance. You know, they could do a little bit of research. That's everything else in our world. That's right. I mean, I can go online and I can say how do I fix my transmission? And then once I watched the YouTube video, and I've figured out my God, I don't know what's going on here that you really want to do that. That guy just took that apart in there, like three parts that they're still left foot in there and, you know I don't want that to happen to me. So I'm still gonna go to the mechanic, and that's what we see a lot of people doing. They want to retain high degree of control over their investment portfolios, but they still want to engage a professional to do that. It's kind of interesting. Most people start with mutual funds when they start investing and mutual funds are basically the only options you have in a 401 K plan. But those are slowly starting to fall out of favor, especially for people that have higher dollar amounts. We're talking about $500,000 and investable assets. Once you get to that level, you kind of graduated beyond mutual funds doesn't mean you Can't use those, but now you have a world of opportunities and options. And people who are mutual funds, and it got assets. They're tired of the take it or leave it approach because if you want to invest in a mutual fund, you just get whatever the fund manager decides to buy and the fund you don't get to customize you don't get to pick and choose. Where you did time in, and there's a reason for that mutual funds. I mean, we have a prospectus. I recall during the financial crisis when people were saying Victoria, why didn't they just go to cash? Ago. Didn't read your prospective, did you? Well, Of course not. Nobody does. It's and it's unfortunate and unfortunately, we cannot mark highlight. Do anything with a prospectus. But you have to understand if you had to have In your mutual fund that mandate says I'm going to be invested in 60% domestic You know, stocks. That's what they have to do. Domestic Doesn't mean for that means domestic and if everything is going in the tube at the same time, there's nothing to say. I can go 100% cash in that prospectus, so don't expect him to do it. Because it's against regulations. They can not. Your only option is to sell your shares of the fund, and then you put the money in cash. So if you want the flexibility to be able to pick and choose industries, right, well, Damon, let's this goes back to education. What you just brought up is that people are more savvy because they learned Huge hard lesson in 2008 that they just assumed their mutual fund money manager was going to go to cash. And when you'd say no, that's not the way this works. Me. It was a huge education. And so those that are younger. There's nothing wrong with this. You said you put it in your 401 k. You put it in your annuity. You just consistently dollar cost average. Whatever you wanna call it. Consistency will always outperform. Occasional brilliance, consistently invest and you are going to be so much better off than anybody that's waiting for the right time waiting to get a huge chunk of money. Just start somewhere. But you got to understand that You know there's certain rules and the rules are That you can't tell a mutual fund manager what to do. You're right then when you have to sell it and put it in cash yourself by the time you get around to doing that. To light my way to light. So what? Your solution, Damon and you talk about once you graduate in once you get up to the half a million dollar Mark. We know you're well on your way to becoming a millionaire. So we know that already and there are benchmarks. 500,000 is 1 750,000 is one and then a million. There are companies that will not they will take no less than a million dollars in assets. That's that's their that's their minimum. Just like our minimum is 500,000. So as long as you know what the rules are to the the process, then you brought it up. People are more educated. They're educating themselves like going to your class to be educated before they ever become a client. They come to do what And I peeked behind the door, not pull that curtain back. I want to see what I'm supposed to know. Before I You know, make these well, that's the whole purpose of sample would university That's why we created it is to educate. You know, Amber you mentioned you want to teach people you want to educate that Z. What is in our heart is teaching. Many of those people become our clients. Many of them don't That's OK. Right because number one. There are qualifications to become a client of chapel would to join our family and that minimum qualification is having a half a million dollars in investable assets. It's not because We think if you don't that you're somehow bad or inferior anything like that. It's because we know the industry. That's right. We've been around this is you know the the young guys that you hear on the radio? Which I just enjoy so much, But these young guys it's like when I was on the Today show, And they had this young kid who wrote this book about You could see this on our website people. If you ever want to see my interview on the Today show. I've never personally watched it, but I was there. I don't understand. Why should People tell me all the time. I should watch it. But the young man at the closest to MEREDITH Vieira, she said down there, and he's telling people how to become a millionaire. He wrote this book. And of course I am doing everything possible not to lean over and sight. Excuse me. Are you a millionaire? Do you have school debt? Do you own your car? Do you own your house? Because he's trying to teach people about becoming a millionaire. And he's that. So it's about credibility. Listen to people who have the same values that you do. That is why in the show all the time with don't take advice from broke people physically, financially or spiritually. You want.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Medicare annual election period. Deadline is coming soon. I'm MEREDITH Vieira here with examples of people who found the key to the right coverage at my health policy dot com. Meet Larry He likes doing things online. I took my time and found the best Medicare advantage plans from me and my health policy dot com. Next is married when she wanted answers, she picked up the phone. I wanted a local perspective on plan. So I called my health policy calm and finally, Michael. I prefer face to face. So I chose my health policy dot com and enrolled on the spot. Go to my health policy dot com to learn about top rated Medicare advantage plans in your area. Including $0 Premium plans or call 1 800 Go Start. That's 1 800 Go Start my health policy dot com MEREDITH Furious, A Pete Endorser KF agency breaks my health policy calm, not connected with or endorsed by the U. S government or the federal Medicare program. A licensed insurance agent may call Introducing touch free payments from PayPal a safe way for your customers to pay simply download the papal app and display your own unique You are code for your customers to scan whether you're a market seller. Poodle, Pamper piano tuner or plumber signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy Touch freak. You are code payments. No cellar fees until 2021 not applicable to pay for your transactions. Other fees may apply shop safe with PayPal. Nerdwallet presents money questions The Lightning round. Here.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on KGO 810
"Has plenty. Learn about breath Growing up. I wore eyeliner. Oh, my goodness. Oh, yeah. I used to borrow my sisters Foundation. Occasionally. You did a little bit. Oh, my secretly. She didn't know about this. By the way, I'm sure she's she's like, Stay the hell out of my making. What's going on? I snuck into words C 17 magazine. Touch what you're gonna say It's not going to get her underwear. I don't know where this conversation was going. Morning show 6 to 10 9 kg oa 10. You've heard me talk about Pacific private money, and it's It's really fascinating to me how people Well, when you look at something like your investments, and you know, with the mark it up now breaking through 30,000. There's gonna be some selling. I guarantee you tomorrow before the holidays and it it's it's just It's the nature of investment in the market works. It's a great thing. If you have the type of window you know if you're in your thirties. Looks just great idea where during your mid fifties so maybe you want to. You know you're looking at retirement. You want to downsize and you worried about the market? You're worried. Maybe right now we're at the top. What else is there? If you do all Pacific private money has an idea. They manage of fun that it's really intriguing that gives its investors I'll just short of 8%. Trying. Based on the very conservative values of California real estate. It's called mortgage investing. So what they do is this fund of money that you invest in. They loaned this to people like Tom and Andrea. Tom and Andrea are boomers, right. They're both working part time. Now she does real estate. He does a little consulting and they have their homes paid for. But they can't buy a new home based on the equity because the laws all changed in 2008, so they can't do that, so they'd have to sell their home and then Movinto temporary home until they found their next home. And really, who wants to do that in the middle of pandemic, So the bar money from Pacific private money, the money that you're investing in, and they'll want it out of the loop it higher interest rate and some points. But the reason why the people that are barring it love to do this, even with those costs many times to get those costs back because they're buying the next time, same as cash and they can stage their home and get more money for it, and almost and sometimes cases it offsets whatever they had to do to get to pay to get the money. So Pacific Private money has a bunch of different funds like that that you can invest in. It's based on the conservative values of California real estate. Especially in the right areas. This is a great opportunity, getting a seven half a percent return. Check him out Pacific private money dot com or call them and talk to them. They'll explain it there got great people there for 15883 21 50. That's 415883. 21 50 or Pacific private money dot com Medicare annual election period deadline is coming soon. I'm MEREDITH Vieira.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"MEREDITH Vieira here with examples of people who found the key to the right coverage at my health policy dot com. Meet Larry He likes doing things online. I took my time and found the best Medicare advantage plans for me. And my health policy got come next is married when she wanted answers, she picked up the phone. I wanted a local perspective on plan. So I called my health policy dot com. And finally Michael. I prefer face to face. So I chose my health policy dot com and enrolled on the spot. Goto my health policy dot com to learn about top rated Medicare advantage plans in your area, including $0 preview plans or call 1 800 Go start. That's what 800 go Start my health policy dot com MEREDITH Vieira is a Pete Endorser. KF agency operates my health policy dot com not connected with or endorsed by the U. S government or the federal Medicare program, a licensed insurance Make this holiday cozy up with a home depot dot com for a 35% off a wide selection of furniture and decor, from love seats to lighting, dining room tables to the place settings that grace get free delivery and flexible returns. All from the comfort of your couch. Way. Have those two up to 35% off holiday decor improved from home depot dot com. Doers get more done. Select items online only free delivery on select items $45 and more. Visit home depot dot com. For more information sale alert at Banana Republic Factory take up to 75% off everything plus an extra 40% off save on company phase like cozy sweaters, soft hoodies and more. Find your nearest store or shop online.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on KOMO
"Medicare annual election period. Deadline is coming soon. I'm MEREDITH Vieira here with examples of people who found the key to the right coverage at my health policy dot com. Meet Larry. He likes doing things online. I took my time and found the best Medicare advantage plans for me and my health policy dot com. Next is Mary When she wanted answers, she picked up the phone. I wanted a local perspective on plan. So I called my health policy dot com. And finally Michael. I prefer face to face. So I chose my health policy dot com and enrolled on the spot. Goto my health policy dot com to learn about top rated Medicare advantage plans in your area, including $0 Premium plans or call 1 800 Go start. That's what 800 go. Start my health policy dot com. MEREDITH Vieira is a Pete Endorsing Km agency operates my health policy dot com not connected with or endorsed by the U. S government or the federal Medicare program. A licensed insurance agent may call And I'm dropping my McDonnell soldier go when I can make dollars. I always get a big marks. No pickles for me, please. Then I get a medium fries. Crumb catcher in a major really shows off your story, so they just made it official. J bothering you Get it on your order to the F series on me, That's right. Human history for a limited time participating McDonald's Melon Monster Daisy for details. Oreos, a trademark international group is under licence. That sound is.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on WJR 760
"J. R. The Medicare annual election period. Deadline is coming soon. I'm MEREDITH Vieira here with examples of people who found the key to the right coverage at my health policy dot com. Meet Larry. He likes doing things online. I took my time and found the best Medicare advantage plans for me and my health policy dot com. Next is married when she wanted answers, she picked up the phone. I wanted the local perspective on plan. So I called my health policy dot com. And finally Michael. I prefer face to face. So I chose my health policy dot com and enrolled on the spot. Goto my health policy dot com to learn about top rated Medicare advantage plans in your area, including $0 Premium plans or call 1 800 Go start. That's what 800 go. Start my health policy dot com. MEREDITH Vieira is a Pete Endorsing Km agency operates my health policy dot com not connected with or endorsed by the U. S government or the federal Medicare program. A licensed insurance agent may call Stay on the right time. Chris Baldwin's signal Savings at Royal Brian Ford find an excellent selection of new pre owned and courtesy program vehicles during our October sales event. Visit us in person or online. It Royal brand that camp are timesaving fast track feature empowers you to acquire your next vehicle remotely on your schedule this fall warm up with two new buddies pizzas. Feel the heat with the Buffalo Chicken pizza topped with marinated chicken, onions and our motor city cheese blend,.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
"Words. The Medicare annual election period deadline is almost here. I'm Meredith Vieira here with examples of people who start their search for coverage at my healthpolicy dot com meet lowry you likes doing things online. So he started at my health policy dot Com I took my time and found the coverage I was looking and. Next is Mary. When she wanted answers, she picked up the phone I wanted a local perspective on plans. So I called my health house DOT COM and. Done switch to a better plan and Michael, I met with a local licensed insurance agent face to face and. Done, go to my healthpolicy dot. com to compare top rated Medicare advantage plans in your area including zero dollar premium plans or call one, eight, hundred, go start. That's one eight hundred go start Meredith Vieira Zepeda Dorset KF agency operates Michael Policy Dot Com. Not connected with Orndorff by the US government or the federal Medicare program. Insurance agent may call. The Medicare annual election period deadline is almost here I'm Meredith Vieira here examples of people who started their search for coverage my healthpolicy dot com meet lower he likes doing things online. So he started at my health policy dot Com I took my time and found the coverage was looking for and. Next is Mary. When she wanted answers, she picked up the phone I wanted a local perspective on plans. So I called my health house, a DOT COM and. Done switch to a better plan and Michael I met with a local licensed insurance agent face to face and. Done go to my healthpolicy dot COM to compare top rated Medicare advantage plans of your area including zero dollar premium plans or call one, eight, hundred, go start. That's one eight, hundred go start Meredith Vieira Zepeda Dorset KFC agency operates my policy dot com not connected with Orndorff by the US government or the federal Medicare program a licensed insurance agent may call..
"meredith vieira" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Your thoughts so I love Meredith Vieira she will be she taught me what it could look like to be a working woman bring cookies and four crew give hugs brigade loving self deprecating hilarious when most intelligent women that I've known I love that she cared about me and I would I here and that is a protection you know if you want me to be protected and I think in hearing her thinking about me like that really kind of wrapping around me in a motherly sense she's not she's not old so I don't think she's like a mom but I always are like an older sister but I think you probably feared for me the backlash that would calm the only thing I would say is that you know I find enough trouble of my own and the belief that I had there when he came to the right to life I still believe you know the idea that I will forever use my freedom to express my gratitude for those to protect our freedoms I still believe I think the privilege of being a patriot I hope to be able to pass down to my kids where even when you don't get your way in an election you still say the pledge of allegiance because it there's no better place to be right I will say this I'll counter and that you have never in the three years who was with three years or a little over that you've never said anything he didn't want you to believe and they never tell you to hear I can't imagine them telling you at ABC to act more conservative but I can't imagine you saying something didn't believe I imagine so would sometimes I'll take an argument at a moderate on but if I hear someone take such a severe argument to the left although I'm gonna do again more because someone's got to bring the troops into this argument al actually amp it up a little more than I we're originally because I hear so out into left field that common is I don't that to a more apt description well I think it's a good pressure you kind of feel to hold your ground yeah I think it's one thing after being in a debate format and you understand this when you feel like if I don't hold the ground here what's going to happen in an extreme other side is going to win she went up standing your ground and one thing that I came to realize even in the writing of this book after being in ten years of debates plus was that I eat I know I really feel this is that I think that god wants us to more than hold our ground and be out of relationship with people he wants us to be able to hold on to our god given our privilege of beliefs and protected by our constitutional rights religious freedoms and political opinions in be able to hold the other person's hands you know I just visited the Grand Canyon with the kids you feel auto small which I love I love the ocean I love amount is because make you feel small what I notice is that over time that rift came right that land was connected no longer connected deep canyon between I think ultimately right now the politically in the country relational out of really super so far apart and I don't think it needs to be that way like there's not really a bridge across because we got to the point we can't and I think I think I can in can kind of come back together and it's one thing in the writing of this book is like what I have gone about the conversations in the same way now I might have come out with a little more confidence that I can be friends and still different opinions what I had as much fire maybe not but it's white will be in our friends to this day because we love each other we don't have we don't have a raft because we were able to do that being that I worked at a right about what about first off I want the describe this there's a lot of this book everyone can relate to was with Hasselbeck hears her book point of view is now out one of which is going to happen everyone listening it has happened yet someone can walk up to you and say I need to see you we're gonna let you go and that happened to you so you run a national shown everyone knows and it's great some ever says great why must be so great the host the she'll be a goal might wanna know millions of people saw it what's bad about it when you lose that job these two sideboard executives walk in your office devoid of emotion and tell you what they tell me they're not renewing my contract which is TV talk for you're fired in the future and that's hard and it was really hard for me and I took it personally I was devastated I felt as though here I am telling the line trying to do my best what can I do to get my job back what can I do what do you need me to do why don't you tell me I was doing something wrong walk on mentality if you just told me not to run at that speed I would write a different speed record of four from my believes outside of forfeiting my believes what did you want me to do give me my job back reach for inhaler air into using your breath and they made no move to help you out or you know I'm a little worried about you let me you know calm down I kept telling them I'm I'm I'm okay I think it was still seething at that point I'm I'll be okay it'll be okay I need to let me have the time and left which is fine I don't want them there I was asked me to rescue me from firing me that had already happened but I think I would do it again what I would also tell people as you can there's great blessing even in that moment I was probably clinging to that unknowingly in terms of my identity I got to I mean what I was and so anything you hold that tight manic is the ability to drag you write down you better you better be really careful to the rock to hold because they will think you and I was feeling sock and so I immediately went into like survival mode and but also in the time of saying the time between the day I knew I'd be fired in the my last day there I was really granted the opportunity be thankful you know I think gratitude got me through that like finding things around me in the moment to leave well because you're leaving someplace be arriving somewhere else I really think the road to that has to be full of gratitude to do that well well that's true as a good attitude I will give you my impression when you arrive to I didn't know you let go never saw okay I guess but you want to move on and the more I saw you in the what we talk of camera I almost felt like I was talking to someone and PTSD because go back and talk about a like please don't even you know don't even bring it out almost like because I don't want to talk about even though we talk about the news in a dim perspective earlier in the day I felt like that only did you want to reflect I feel like you weren't ready to reflect the wasn't was I right now your absolute right you're perceptive person is why we're friends and I I really believe Justin because it's like I said we get along great we do I do think you know me well enough to know I was not I was I had a lot to work out of my heart and it wasn't slowing down enough to do it sometimes it takes slowing down enough and a good amount of time to heal I think time does do that god gives us time to do that and you want to read this book Brian is that deep I will write this book to the to my team but I'm not going to be to talk about it and I came back and my one of my feeling oh my gosh I want to go back there and I wanna make sure I go back there to talk about this and you did her one great he knew it was a great welcome back I was thankful to be there a thankful to actually celebrate women with different points of view I think it's a good thing at the back of one of the reunions right now I went back to see Barbara I'm for her goodbye but I haven't been back will you now I think we're good so you feel like it was a bad you feel good about going back yeah I think there was a party and maybe go back but if the kids don't have a gamer I don't I don't even see weekends yeah the chief chief breakfast officer CBO that's right so in the big picture a lot of people say no hue and the number one network in your network television on the number one show in survivor he used to being in the spotlight even though you of your ego in check like nobody I've ever met is there a party that wants to be on camera every day now I don't think there is a party to ever really desire that I would I'd much rather hold the flashlight and put on someone that's where I'm comfortable so I'm glad to do that for the kids now I'm glad they don't have to feel necessarily the reverberations of mom saying something maybe off kilter or just in a moment if I can and you do not like this is the thing I look you your joyful your energetic you work hard you're a dad you're a coach your husband you do all these things I feel like I don't even get to breed out like how do I handle that there was a swimming how do you handle it like actually had a look at him and see the my the good news about me as I settle for mediocrity who would you want to be great I don't even try I don't try to achieve that and everyone works to make sure I do not get too low or too high I sentimental I said that every right so Elizabeth so he may be a mom saying a maybe a magazine show around your schedule those travel athletic and fitness you enjoy it you're a great communicator great personality at the same time you can schedule around the games how about that I am a list I've stopped trying to plan my life too far ahead okay really loving where I am right now I know I listen I wouldn't sell your house you would let me stay over and I needed a place but I'm not going to say I did I did the right and then your daughter breaks on the guitar and sing and she's fantastic I'm going somewhere my kids have no musical ability at all if you really listen to bizarre headsets for your pod so you're great yeah get lessons one of you've got to learn the old ball or something the phone is also writing in our house right now our youngest wakes us up to get to school early to decide the phone just get it they played the xylophone plays the national anthem on this I the phone well because it's always allowed to play in our house patriotic rhythm going on in here at all musical demeanor not musicals were just like go for it one of the things a little bit when we went to visit our house in Connecticut I went with the girls my by sending go and one thing that is down to my girls who are probably eleven thirteen at the time your kids were younger maybe five and six yeah six and seven they were playing soccer and they have a full out brawl in the punch in the heck out of each other and Hey my kid you can I start to play we finish up the playing like Tim walked over your husband who's Grady is paid out of his former NFL quarterback he just goes yeah let's separate them because you guys come down here to get back to playing I don't know that's the way to do it is to make it a big deal yeah don't give it more power than it needs to be and I think he's in a couple of those brawls with his own brothers okay the cold voice a big fight and their bodies there was a back his back is great news for us is great news for America for this moment anyway Elizabeth aspects book is alkyl point of view a fresh look at work faith and freedom if you are a a mom if you're young girl coming back in actually moving up if you're somebody with aspirations want to keep it in check and sees a moral to every story Elizabeth is done that through some some passages that I am not capable of doing but I would call you if I need it that's your knowledge in the five year in there Brian.
"meredith vieira" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It's a great updates today on the investigations areas the read all of that good stuff lots of good audio for you Hillary Clinton I I still got a little more Hillary stuff you'd say great stuff she lies all the time but this story broke today out of road in pharaoh's new book which is called catch and kill former N. B. C. journalist says she was raped by Matt Lauer in Sochi hotel room so G. Japan Olympics two thousand fourteen a former NBC news employee alleged she was raped by Matt Lauer during the Sochi Olympics waiting his firing as anchor from the today show three years later but they have like a molar report thing going on broken navels they have the woman's name broken devil's accuse Lauer of sodomizing her in his hotel room at the two thousand fourteen winter Olympics according to a copy of running froze forthcoming book catch and kill obtained by variety magazine Lauer who is now sixty one was not fired until three years later two thousand seventeen novels said she ran into our while she was having drinks at the hotel bar with former today show anchor Meredith Vieira she said she had six shots of vodka by the end of the night went to Lauer's room twice once to retrieve her credentials that later when Lauer invited her back the further details are a little gruesome all leave them to your imagination.
Matt Lauer Accused of Exposing Himself to Former Today Show Producer
"The Matt Lauer situation in this whole mess at NBC and did you see that and M. S. N. B. C. executive allegedly was showing people a compromising photo of Maria Menounos former NBC talent that's call Razi anyway in this role in federal book at this Matt Lauer situation with the killers are actually coming out of the story that rolled out what was it lowers the last week or the week before about this producer at the Sochi Olympics who was well essentially rate she claims by Matt Lauer now we have the details as dribs and drabs are coming out the book publishers on Tuesday if I'm not mistaken and in this Ronan Farrow book a former today show Booker this is new Booker for the today show and that's an individual that's essentially like a producer or Booker and they booked guests so if there's a hot story if there's some you know a kid that fell down a well in in Dayton Ohio the Booker tries in and gets the family to do an interview in a live from the front lawn of the house yeah that's what a Booker does he'll try to make sure that the Good Morning America crew doesn't beat him to it and they get that's what a Booker does on the shelves this Booker Melissa Lauder claims that Matt Lauer exposed himself to her at a party in twenty seven twenty ten lata toll feral that Lauer lord her up to an empty office and an NBC cocktail party letter to a sofa and unzipped his pants and pulled out his erect **** well that was a cocktail party Lauer's attorney says that he never exposed himself to anyone he says this ridiculous story has been shopped around for years many allegations that are being circulated would never raise during any fact checking process we will not take part in the marketing circuits for this book Lotta reportedly told federal that she tearfully told and curry about the incident and says the curry told her or told to executives at the network about this and then you also have stories about I think curry as well as Meredith Vieira the told some of these women to go report this the fact that got together with the widely reported fact that NBC brash shut down fellows investigation at the Harvey Weinstein makes you wonder whether NBC is upper management are gonna survive I mean that's a
Woman accuses Matt Lauer of rape; former anchor denies claim
"Seven rape allegations against former today show host Matt Lauer at the two thousand fourteen Sochi Olympics or maybe since even over new book catching killed details his investigation into Harvey Weinstein as well as his attempts to get his then employer NBC news to broadcast the story now new allegations surfacing about former today show anchor Matt Lauer who was fired from NBC in twenty seventeen for alleged sexual misconduct according to variety which obtained excerpts from the book a former NBC news producer who worked with Meredith Vieira has come forward identifying herself in pharaoh's book and stating that Lauer sexually assaulted her at the twenty fourteen Sochi Olympics according to the woman's account and catching kill Lauer joined her envy or for drinks and she ended up going back to ours room twice once to retrieve her press credential and another because he invited her back to the room once in the hotel room the woman says Lauer he was wearing a tee shirt and boxers pushed her against the door and kissed her then pushed her onto the bed according to the variety excerpts from the book she said she was in the midst of telling him no when he just did it it hurts so bad I remember thinking is this normal the woman telling pharaoh it was non consensual in the sense that I was too drunk to consent he was non consensual and that I said multiple times that I didn't want to back in New York City according to the excerpts the woman told pharaoh she went on to have further sexual encounters with flower that were consensual after the encounter according to catch and kill ferro says she told colleagues and superiors at NBC but nothing happened until she went to Meredith Vieira and told her what happened beer orders her to go to NBC human resources with a lawyer when contacted by variety neither NBC news nor Lauer had a comment the latter has previously said I fully acknowledge that I acted inappropriately as a husband father and principal at NBC however I want to make it perfectly clear that any allegations or reports of coercive aggressive or abusive actions on my part at any time absolutely false and the book also presents pharaoh's account of his investing Asian and Harvey Weinstein and his efforts to get that story on the air at NBC eventually he had to take the story to a magazine to get it
Rape accusations against Lauer ensnares NBC management
"Do you have a Matt Lauer impression we need that because we just mentioned this story in a covered on the today show because it's coming out in road pharaoh's book and it was you know at least part of it released the variety overnight NBC news got it they covered on the today show that while the accuser the got him fired two seven of rape I don't even know if I want to say it exactly what the terminology is basically just called the Kobe I guess I don't know so you know what we're talking a lot worse said coldly my day job Lee so the accusing it off I'm trying to keep it I don't know if you recall that family friendly but in a coma so the so the accusation their their experience and I think Jamie it's it's it does kind of seem like a lot of people have the initial reaction of whoa okay this takes it to a different level absolutely comes to Matt Lauer is also see consensual right well Matt Lauer comes out with a statement today and it is scorched earth and I think I I honestly it this is probably you this is one of the very few times others say that that someone who has stood accused of something like this this one of the few times they've been able to put out a statement that has almost totally change my mind wow I is so Matt Lauer puts out this lady statement this morning saying look I've been quiet through this whole thing it's clear that was a mistake first of all he says I should have known that I should have spoken up and defended myself when there were the stories about me having a locking mechanism underneath my desk that would love to work yeah because that didn't exist at NBC news actually confirmed he had no such locking mechanism at his desk so then he says look I I I I've been trying to protect my kids I don't want them to be affected by all of this he says I've admitted that it had affairs and Brooke novels is the one with this particular accusation he says yeah the affair that we had started in Sochi very late at night in a hotel room he admits they engaged in what you call it the Kobe there was among other things he said there were some other stuff going on in the bedroom as well though there was it was a it was a lengthy affair and then that affair actually went on when they got back to New York he said but yeah I texted I called or she called me we met up for drinks she came to my apartment he says about the power dynamics saying she didn't work for me she worked for Meredith Vieira because I I had no control over her career and then this is were really get scorched earth he says I admit I ended the affair poorly I simply stopped communicating with her brother continue to reach out she admitted to NBC at the time she filed her complaint that she called me late at night while I was home with my family in an effort to re kindle the affair but I tend to to go back to my life and pretend as if nothing had happened I understand how that must have made her feel he was desperate in other words you don't however being upset or having second thoughts does not give anyone the right to make false accusations years later about an affair in which they fully and willfully participated and many breaks down his story I mean seriously this is the cliff notes version that I'm giving you breaks down her story says it's filled with contradictions declines our first encounter was an assault yet she actively participated in arranging future meetings maybe in my apartment on multiple occasions she says I was the one pursuing the relationship what yet once it was over she was the one calling me asking to rekindle it she says she felt pressured to continue the affair because I had control over her career but she did not work for me gin work for the today show or NBC news she said she wanted to remain anonymous yet she was reportedly trying to sell a book within a year after filing her complaint she said she just wanted NBC to do the right thing yet she sought a monetary payment and two years after I was fired she is stepping forward to do more damage he says I had no desire to write this but I had no choice for two years the women with whom I had extramarital relationships have abandoned shared responsibility and instead it shielded themselves from blame behind false allegations they have avoided having to look a boyfriend husband or child in the eye and say I cheated all they have done enormous damage in the process and I will no longer provide them the shelter of my silence this is just chapter one then okay so as you said earlier David change your mind yes because it's a totally different dynamic and again it goes back to two separate stories and you got no proof either way yeah now if he's got texts that's different well I think he's not putting that out there if he doesn't have the receipts that that at least show I mean you you're never going to be able to prove one way or the other whatever happened in Sochi you're never gonna be able to prove one way or the other whether or not it was an assault or or consensual because only two people now yeah for sure but I think a reasonable person would be able to read text messages or see a call log somewhere where she was calling him and say okay that was consensual that would appear to be consensual to a lot of people yes and if okay this again as code there may have been one acts say among the many that she regrets but if she didn't text back and continues the affair it doesn't make any sense you know what I'm saying now to say that I don't know man it yeah I'll just leave it at this it paints a completely different picture and it also would suggest that NBC yet just fired him because they knew the pressure was coming in it was the me too moment all right I also do have to wonder something can you tell me maybe I just miss this I had no idea that that particular accuser didn't work on the today show was that common knowledge I just missed it I don't remember that either I thought it was someone that was on staff because they talked about the power dynamic at least somebody who worked in BC news and she did right apparently according to
Kelly Clarkson Reportedly Heading To Daytime TV With Talk Show
"I screwed up the whole meal Oh. No regular Tabasco regular Tabasco and I don't know if I put. Squirted. It or what kit was so terrible it was so hot. It stunk it was just the. Worst ever, I was, sweating as blowing my nose like I was already, the guy sitting alone in restaurants, already, looked like a weirdo, and, I. Was blowing my nose. And you know when I blow my nose I honked my horn? It, makes a sound it. Was a whole thing and then every bite was a bummer instead of. Being a. Blessing sucks am I here today Yeah Robber you're a. Trooper all. Right no wonder. Respect I just wonder. Admiration Okay All. Right can I tell you my my entertainment related stories that have nothing to do with? Food. Yeah Hm Kelly. Clarkson She is filming a pilot first syndicated daytime. Talk show what do you think about? That Well I don't like it I feel like we're a little and I say this. As a, talk show host like we're little heavy on the daytime talk a little bit you know I think it does make. Great sense in local markets because? You have a specific, local thing that you're. Talking about do you know what I mean that's radio still works but I don't know, I a lot of people have. Tried, it. And. It. Doesn't work Meredith Vieira Katie Kerr Harry, Connick junior canceled canceled. Canceled, yes agreed, agreed agreed. I just think, that just because Kelly Clarkson very. Likable person sure strong personality great personality she's a singer. Let her be a singer singer Thing Singer, singer say normal singer Singer ours your. Thing that's your kryptonite singer, you, certain things But let her do that stay. In your lane we don't, I don't, want to see. Kelly, Clarkson chatting it up with you know. Who, else did. Actually she had a. Somewhat successful on The Wilson. Girl, from Wilson Phillips Brian Wilson's daughter Carney we'll see remember that I mean just I just feel like just because someone has a good. Personality and they happen to sing for a living And, they happen. To be a good interview doesn't mean that they belong on daytime. Talk. That's like putting on Justin Timberlake as a host of a daytime talk. Show it's not necessary Carney was. On from nineteen ninety. Five to, ninety six I thought she was on longer came back those Ricki lake Ricki lake also she had a successful Carney show dealt with issues concerning unruly teenagers hookers this, is the. Description unruly teenagers hookers abusive parents bad relationships physical appearances weight loss. Building. Self esteem and trivial subjects such as unusual pets was Carney you can. Binge watch that nowhere today Remember watching Ricky. Lake, kid my mom. Just let us sit. In front, of, we were. Just watch these trashy talks Ricky we're. Watching Maury Mantell Williams always. Just so debonair he. Doesn't such a cool calm and Sally Jesse. Raphael horse yeah I do Donahue. Yeah aches too much we don't need Kelly. Clarkson dune daytime talk thing you are a Grammy award winning. Artist. Let's let's keep her there that's. Just, my opinion, I just, because you, give a, good interview doesn't mean you a. Good interview there are people who. Trained to do that people like yourself Ceelo green. Is returning to the voice oh cool that's. Fun I guess He's only going to be a mentor though he's gonna be Adams mentor the only reason I say that is I can't imagine people aren't. Going to have a problem with. This. Because of that he. Raped charge that was it wasn't a. Charge, actually. It was. An accusation Against him did that totally not. Ever no because they didn't. Have enough evidence wow so you probably didn't hear a whole lot about that but yeah lack of evidence he did plead guilty to giving. This woman a controlled substance which. I. Believe was ecstasy but He denied rumors also that he quit the voice to. Avoid being, fired so he. Will be back the voice is back on Monday September twenty, four th for its fifteenth. Season Are you you're not a, voice guy you're an idol guy right yeah Yeah I'm with you on that one. More quick music at. Lady. Gaga going to Vegas doing a residency there. It starts December twenty eighth that is, going to be an enormous success. Show have twenty seven performances in total and this is, kind of cool the fans will have to. Pick between? Two different shows lady Gaga. Enigma or lady Gaga, jazz? Piano Ooh that's cool which would you pick I don't know what.